Definición de sphagnum en inglés:

sphagnum

Saltos de línea: sphag|num
Pronunciación: /ˈsfagnəm
 
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sustantivo

[mass noun]
A plant of a genus that comprises the peat mosses: [as modifier]: a sphagnum bog
  • Genus Sphagnum, family Sphagnaceae
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Rotted cow manure, compost, shredded sphagnum, granulated peat moss, sawdust and ground corncobs are some materials that may be worked thoroughly into the soil.
  • Most peat is made up of peat moss, or sphagnum, but it often includes other kinds of vegetation, such as trees and even animal remains.
  • Moss, specifically sphagnum, is the lifeblood of any bog.

Origen

mid 18th century: modern Latin, from Greek sphagnos, denoting a kind of moss.

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